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Uniforms don't win games, players do.
Not much attention was paid to Maryland as it entered its Labor Day showdown against Miami for anything more than an unmistakable fashion sense that earned the Terrapins far more social media hype than preseason plaudits.
Maryland was far from perfect Monday night. The same could not be said of its result. The Terrapins, debuting a new coaching staff and an up-tempo offense (and, yes, difficult-to-miss new uniforms) before a packed Byrd Stadium, outlasted Miami 32-24 to collect a solid victory in coach Randy Edsall's debut.
If Randy Edsall's first Maryland football team is looking for an early-season slogan, how about this: Hurry up and get dressed.
Maryland punt returner Tony Logan punctuated perhaps his finest moment last season - a touchdown against Duke - by firing the ball through the end zone and drawing an unsportsmanlike conduct penalty for his celebration.
Demetrius Hartsfield knew what he was getting into, even while he was being recruited.
If new Maryland football coach Randy Edsall thinks he has problems, all he has to do is peer across the field Monday night at Miami's Al Golden. Now there's a guy in harm's way.
Maryland's defensive players don't want to hear about how much Miami will miss suspended quarterback Jacory Harris.
Randy Edsall stood far from the line of scrimmage. A visor was perched snugly on his head. A whistle on a lanyard dangled from his fingers. And Maryland continued the latest in a string of preseason practices.